How ASICS delivered a true omnichannel experience with Anypoint Platform

Over the last few years, eCommerce has boomed and quickly become an important part of our day-to-day lives. The line between online and in-store shopping experiences is diminishing.

Solving SAP integration challenges with Anypoint Platform

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Anypoint Platform helps you connect SAP’s on-premises and cloud-based solutions, SAP middleware, third-party legacy systems, and modern, best-of-breed technologies.

Integration project for beginners: how Thread Solutions does Anypoint Platform onboarding

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The following is the onboarding integration project that I developed during my first period at Thread Solutions.

GraphQL and the API gateway

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GraphQL provides front-end developers a query layer that returns back-end data from diverse, complex sources in a friendly and efficient way. Learn more about the relationship between GraphQL and Anypoint Platform.

JSON logging in Mule 4: Getting the most out of your logs

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This is a sequel to my previous blog post about JSON logging for Mule 3. In this blogpost, I’ll touch upon the re-architected version of the JSON logger for our awesome Mule 4 release while leveraging the (just as awesome) SDK!

Anypoint Runtime Fabric: The fastest and easiest way to deploy Mule runtimes to your cloud

September 19 2018

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Anypoint Platform is an advanced enterprise platform for designing, developing, and managing APIs and integrations. Anypoint Platform is a single product and can be deployed anywhere – on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid environment – to reliably address both small-scale and mission-critical use cases.

Earlier this year, we announced Anypoint Runtime Fabric, which is a container service for multi-cloud deployments. Anypoint Runtime Fabric makes it easier for users to deploy Mule applications and APIs to their managed infrastructure whether it’s in their private IaaS (Microsoft Azure or AWS) or on-premises data centers.

How to build your CI/CD pipeline for the full API lifecycle

For many, a continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) pipeline is an important aspect of software development that provides wide benefits––from reducing error-prone deployment work to providing early visibility into bugs. This blog post will cover the API lifecycle through different phases––from designing and managing APIs to deploying and discovering them. The blog will provide a step-by-step guide for implementation and configuration using Anypoint Platform, including:

Introducing Anypoint Visualizer

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With the decentralization of IT and the adoption of APIs and microservices, enterprises are struggling to keep up with an accurate view of deployed APIs and their dependencies. This lack of visibility often translates into quality issues––whether it is failed deployments, lengthy processes for identifying and diagnosing of production issues, increased technical debt, or less reuse of available assets.

Introducing Anypoint Monitoring

Governance, visibility, and control are the trifecta requirements for software management. With digital landscapes comprised of APIs, integrations, applications, hardware devices, on-premises systems, and SaaS tools, the companies with the most accurate pulse on their digital landscapes are the ones setting economic and digital trends.

Building reusable components with REST Connect and Mule 4

Earlier this month, at MuleSoft CONNECT 2018, we unveiled Titan, the next major release of Anypoint Platform. A major component of this release includes Mule 4 and Studio, which offers an easy way to create reusable connectivity assets, like connectors and APIs, through REST Connect.